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10 Kirkwood Drive
Charlottetown, P.E.I.
C1A 2T3

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Air Support Unit – Emergency Preparedness and Survey Assessment

The Charlottetown Police Services has been requested to capture aerial video footage of City's waterfront area in preparation for Hurricane Teddy's arrival. The CPS's newly formed Air Support Unit will deploy our Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) - FLIR...

Police Assist with Ensuring Participant Safety During March

Charlottetown Police Services assisted with traffic control during the "Take back the night march" held Thursday night.  Police vehicles led and trailed the participants.  A group of about 150 people marched through the streets of Charlottetown.  They started at the...

Bach to School – Keep Our Kids Safe

It’s that time of year again and the Charlottetown Police Service would  like to welcome all educational staff and students back for the 2020-2021 school year. With the start of the school year motorist are asked to be mindful and reduce speeds in school zones....

Supporting our Lebanese Community

Charlottetown Police attended the vigil at Victoria Park to show support and honour those killed in last week's devastating blast in Beirut. More than 250 people attended the event that was organized by the Canadian Lebanese Association of P.E.I. The vigil included...

Traffic Act Enforcement – Focus on Motorcycles

Charlottetown Police Services conducted road side vehicle checks on July 3rd with a focus on motorcycles and impaired drivers.   Officers set up check points throughout the city. The checks were specific to proper registration, insurance and drivers licenses and also...

Biker Rally – Support to First Responders and Front Line Workers

Picture: Cst Tim KEIZER, Cpl Robert LARTER and rally organizer Paul HADDAD. Harley Davidson enthusiast Paul Haddad is organizing a bikers’ rally for Saturday in Charlottetown to support first responders and front-line workers. Haddad said he was inspired by one of the...

Healthy Me – Donation Received

Charlottetown Police Services have received a significant $3000 dollar donation from Mr. Earl Foster, representative from the Charlottetown Y's Men Club.  The Healthy Me program was developed in 2016 by Charlottetown police and student services workers.  It is offered...

Sidewalk Messages Appreciated by Officers

Charlottetown police officers say positive messages written in chalk on the sidewalk outside the police station are "very touching" — especially since they come from youths. The anonymous messages include "we appreciate your work" and "thanks for keeping us all safe."...

Stop the Spread of Covid-19

Charlottetown Police Services urge the public to STAY HOME - STAY APART - STAY UNITED - DO YOUR PART. https://youtu.be/09Z3jFRW7ys

Remembering Cst Reg Flanagan

Charlottetown Police Services were saddened by the passing of Cst. Reg Flanagan last week after a long illness. Reg served with the Charlottetown Police Services during the 1980’s and 90’s, and will always be remembered as one to never shy away from a tough situation....

Air Support Unit – Emergency Preparedness and Survey Assessment

The Charlottetown Police Services has been requested to capture aerial video footage of City's waterfront area in preparation for Hurricane Teddy's arrival. The CPS's newly formed Air Support Unit will deploy our Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) - FLIR...

Police Assist with Ensuring Participant Safety During March

Charlottetown Police Services assisted with traffic control during the "Take back the night march" held Thursday night.  Police vehicles led and trailed the participants.  A group of about 150 people marched through the streets of Charlottetown.  They started at the...

Bach to School – Keep Our Kids Safe

It’s that time of year again and the Charlottetown Police Service would  like to welcome all educational staff and students back for the 2020-2021 school year. With the start of the school year motorist are asked to be mindful and reduce speeds in school zones....

Supporting our Lebanese Community

Charlottetown Police attended the vigil at Victoria Park to show support and honour those killed in last week's devastating blast in Beirut. More than 250 people attended the event that was organized by the Canadian Lebanese Association of P.E.I. The vigil included...

Traffic Act Enforcement – Focus on Motorcycles

Charlottetown Police Services conducted road side vehicle checks on July 3rd with a focus on motorcycles and impaired drivers.   Officers set up check points throughout the city. The checks were specific to proper registration, insurance and drivers licenses and also...

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Driving Under the Influence of Drugs – Charges Pending

File: 20201388065 On September 21st shortly after 3:00 pm, Charlottetown Police Service responded to a minor two vehicle collision on Capital Drive.  While interacting with one of the drivers, Police determined that he was impaired by drugs and was arrested.  An...

Residential Break and Enter – Charges Laid

File: 20201375931 At 12:30 pm on Saturday (Sept 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a call of suspicious activity at a residence on Westridge Crescent. Upon arrival, Police located 3 individuals in the process of removing items from the residence.  All...

Search Warrant Executed – Charges Laid

File Number: 20201219855 As part of an ongoing investigation, members of the Charlottetown Police Services Street Crime Unit with the assistance from the Uniformed Patrol Division and the Rapid Tactical Deployment Unit executed a Controlled Drugs and Substance Act...

Domestic Violence – Assault Charge Laid

File: 20201373515 Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of domestic violence at 11:55 pm on Friday (Sep 18).  The assault occurred at a Charlottetown business which had video surveillance and captured the assault. The female victim did not require any...

Stolen Vehicle – 2019 white Honda CRV

File: 20201367770 Charlottetown Police Services are investigating the theft of a vehicle that occurred this morning at approximately 3:00 am (Sept 18). The vehicle had been parked at a residence on Young Street. The vehicle is a white 2019 Honda CRV, bearing PEI plate...

Residential Break and Enter – Charges Laid

File: 20201375931 At 12:30 pm on Saturday (Sept 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a call of suspicious activity at a residence on Westridge Crescent. Upon arrival, Police located 3 individuals in the process of removing items from the residence.  All...

Applicants wanted for our 2018 Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 12 weeks. Week 12 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

Air Support Unit – Emergency Preparedness and Survey Assessment

The Charlottetown Police Services has been requested to capture aerial video footage of City's waterfront area in preparation for Hurricane Teddy's arrival. The CPS's newly formed Air Support Unit will deploy our Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) - FLIR...

Police Assist with Ensuring Participant Safety During March

Charlottetown Police Services assisted with traffic control during the "Take back the night march" held Thursday night.  Police vehicles led and trailed the participants.  A group of about 150 people marched through the streets of Charlottetown.  They started at the...

Bach to School – Keep Our Kids Safe

It’s that time of year again and the Charlottetown Police Service would  like to welcome all educational staff and students back for the 2020-2021 school year. With the start of the school year motorist are asked to be mindful and reduce speeds in school zones....

Supporting our Lebanese Community

Charlottetown Police attended the vigil at Victoria Park to show support and honour those killed in last week's devastating blast in Beirut. More than 250 people attended the event that was organized by the Canadian Lebanese Association of P.E.I. The vigil included...

Traffic Act Enforcement – Focus on Motorcycles

Charlottetown Police Services conducted road side vehicle checks on July 3rd with a focus on motorcycles and impaired drivers.   Officers set up check points throughout the city. The checks were specific to proper registration, insurance and drivers licenses and also...

Biker Rally – Support to First Responders and Front Line Workers

Picture: Cst Tim KEIZER, Cpl Robert LARTER and rally organizer Paul HADDAD. Harley Davidson enthusiast Paul Haddad is organizing a bikers’ rally for Saturday in Charlottetown to support first responders and front-line workers. Haddad said he was inspired by one of the...

Healthy Me – Donation Received

Charlottetown Police Services have received a significant $3000 dollar donation from Mr. Earl Foster, representative from the Charlottetown Y's Men Club.  The Healthy Me program was developed in 2016 by Charlottetown police and student services workers.  It is offered...

Sidewalk Messages Appreciated by Officers

Charlottetown police officers say positive messages written in chalk on the sidewalk outside the police station are "very touching" — especially since they come from youths. The anonymous messages include "we appreciate your work" and "thanks for keeping us all safe."...

Stop the Spread of Covid-19

Charlottetown Police Services urge the public to STAY HOME - STAY APART - STAY UNITED - DO YOUR PART. https://youtu.be/09Z3jFRW7ys

Remembering Cst Reg Flanagan

Charlottetown Police Services were saddened by the passing of Cst. Reg Flanagan last week after a long illness. Reg served with the Charlottetown Police Services during the 1980’s and 90’s, and will always be remembered as one to never shy away from a tough situation....

Driving Under the Influence of Drugs – Charges Pending

File: 20201388065 On September 21st shortly after 3:00 pm, Charlottetown Police Service responded to a minor two vehicle collision on Capital Drive.  While interacting with one of the drivers, Police determined that he was impaired by drugs and was arrested.  An...

Residential Break and Enter – Charges Laid

File: 20201375931 At 12:30 pm on Saturday (Sept 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a call of suspicious activity at a residence on Westridge Crescent. Upon arrival, Police located 3 individuals in the process of removing items from the residence.  All...

Residential Break and Enter – Charges Laid

File: 20201375931 At 12:30 pm on Saturday (Sept 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a call of suspicious activity at a residence on Westridge Crescent. Upon arrival, Police located 3 individuals in the process of removing items from the residence.  All...

Applicants wanted for our 2018 Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 12 weeks. Week 12 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

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